Students & Teams develop principles that will influence companies and their personal growth.
Fundamental beliefs that allow us to make overall judgments.
Actionable rules of conduct that provide guidance for life and business decisions. Principles are derived from our values.
Students can apply in small groups, which meet to elaborate on the principles formulated from the case discussions.
Students are from any background, as the variety of experiences leads to multiple points of view and stimulates engaging discussions.
Seats are limited, so take advantage of early application to improve the chances of admission and form small groups right away.
The Teaching Team
Jack has been teaching at Stanford for over 7 years. He is an Operating Partner at Blackhorn Ventures and board Member and Advisor of, among others, Motiv and Aperia.
Managing General Partner @ NEA
#16 on The Midas List in 2018, Scott has been with New Enterprise Associates for more than 20 years. His most notable exits include Workday, Tableau, Mulesoft, Uber and Coursera.
Entrepreneurship Professor MS&E
Tom has been teaching at Stanford for 24 years and has been a Faculty Director, since inception, of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program (STVP). He received Stanford University's Gores Award.